Robin did a survey to find the average height of the students in his class. He asked the following question:
What is the height of the tallest student in the class?
Is Robin's question a statistical question, and why or why not?
Yes, because it asks a question that can be answered correctly
Yes, because it anticipates variability in students' heights
No, because it does not ask a question that can be answered correctly
No, because it does not anticipate variability in students' heights

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